Victoria Sin on Ursula Le Guin
Artist Victoria Sin explores the power of Ursula Le Guin's "carrier bag" approach to storytelling.
Words fail me
Words fail me is a newly commissioned project initiated by artist Adam Gallagher exploring how art is reckoned by language, and how its objects are spoken to or about.
cute review by @elieljones on our Gran Fury exhibition for @frieze_magazine online now . . "The exhibition here revisits some of Gran Fury’s activities non-museologically – by including life-size billboards, banners, facsimiles, stickers and video not as documents of the past, but as images that are imbued with a radical political energy on which we might draw today.”
On Nuisance: December 2nd, 4-6pm
As the presentation of Terre Thaemlitz’s Interstices project at Auto Italia comes to an end, we want to invite you to join us for a discussion event on a subject frequently discussed by Thaemlitz: “nuisance”, where we will be joined by Ray Filar, Harley Kurylowski, Wail Qasim and Lexi Turner.
WHITE PINK BROWN
WHITE PINK BROWN is the first public moment in the UK for a series of performance lectures by artist and composer Yun Ingrid Lee. The series explores the implications of regulatory systems implicit within the algorithms of biometric technology, and their context within a lineage of audio-visual systems employed to manage, manipulate, and in some instances, erase bodies.
Josefin Arnell: Extract from diary / film production Autumn 2015 – Mothership Goes To Brazil
Published to accompany the project Sister said to Satan: my diary is too hot for you, this is the second text in a series from Margaret Haines and Josefin Arnell.
Read My Lips
Launching October 1st, Read My Lips is a survey exhibition of image-making, community activism and public works produced by the seminal AIDS activist art collective Gran Fury between 1987 and 1995.
"Art is not Enough" - fantastic interview with Gran Fury by @alisongingeras and @jamiesonwebster in the current issue of @spike_art_magazine - THERE IS NO SUCH THING AS SOCIETY. . . “At this point, with PreP held hostage by big pharma, AIDS has been contained in communities that have traditionally had access to healthcare and political resources but continues to spread in those communities most under-resourced. This is largely due to the racism of healthcare - something that has prevented effective universal healthcare from being adopted in the US long after other developed industrialised countries made this available. We are still living with this!”
Margaret Haines: I dreamt in Heaven, Psychic Attack Twenty Seventeen Can I have some empathy on my fries, how about some empathy to pay my rent (2017)
Published to accompany the project Sister said to Satan: my diary is too hot for you, this is the first text in a series from Margaret Haines and Josefin Arnell.
Sister said to Satan: my diary is too hot for you
Sister said to Satan: my diary is too hot for you is a newly commissioned installation from artists Josefin Arnell and Margaret Haines, presenting a collection of moving image works, texts and posters exploring their shared interests in ideas of destiny, collective experience and mysticism.
Some pics from the return of The Unwelcome Collection at Sector 7G night a couple weeks ago - @ruthangeledwards @innercitylifeinnercitypressure returned to their collaborative project first explored as Unwelcome Collection: An Incendiary Collection at Auto Italia as part of the Words Fail Me project. . The night also featured A.J. Pain / Charles Verni / DJ Be My Bodyguard / DJ Putlocker / Hortense / Jlte